Nine Percent Methane Loss
August 6, 2013 | Cooperative Institute for Research in Environmental Sciences
A federal study reports that nine percent of the methane produced from drilling activity in the Uintah Basin of Utah is lost to the atmosphere.
The Methane Hydrate Gas Boom?
April 2, 2013 | NPR
Methane hydrate is the world's largest natural gas resource. Japanese engineers recently became the first to produce methane hydrate from a well in the floor of the Pacific Ocean. NPR asks if this could become another natural gas boom?
Related: What is Methane Hydrate?
Sources of Atmospheric Methane?
February 25, 2014 | Stanford University News
A review of more than 200 earlier studies confirms that U.S. emissions of methane are considerably higher than official estimates. Leaks from the nation's natural gas system are an important part of the problem.